Sara Gold is a rising star at the United Animal Protection Agency (UAPA), a major animal rights organization that conducts animal rescues and lobbies for better animal welfare laws. ... See full summary »
Strange spiritual obsessions begin to unearth age-old secrets in a small Northwest town, leading a pastor to suspect that all might not be as idyllic as he first imagined and personal threats await anyone who dares confront them.
The Brothers Freeman
Michael J. Prosser,
An unlikely group of individuals collide with a single goal: sell - well, sort of. Carrying their own baggage and personal lives, a shift at Eyeglass World Wide is more like a wacky therapy session for its dynamic employees.
Kevin L. Walker,
A mid-western couple is transferred to Washington DC for work and meet the neighbors, a super-intense couple. As their friendships develop, confusion unfolds in this country mice meet city mice adventure.
In 1887, at age 23, reporter Nellie Bly, working for Joseph Pulitzer, feigns mental illness to go undercover in notorious Blackwell's Island a woman's insane asylum to expose corruption, abuse and murder.
The opening scene of this movie is shot in extra-shaky cam, with fake looking CGI blood and terrible attempts at comedy. For example the main character references his erect penis in the first 3 minutes of the movie in an unfunny attempt at humor, then later uses the blood of a guy who's been shot to make "war paint" stripes under his eye in an unfunny attempt at humor.
So I figured this would be spy comedy (perhaps poorly done but still a comedy.) I was wrong.
I watched the next 45 minutes in utter boredom. I connected with none of the characters. I found nothing funny. The plot of a reality show about spies ended up being wasted with a really boring script. I honestly don't even think I'm going to be able finish this one, it's that bad.
Not recommended. This movie makes "Killing Gunther" seem good in comparison.
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